Since 2022, IGLYO is a proud Consortium partner of TUTOR — Teachers’ Upskilling aiming aT a hOlistic inclusivity in leaRning, a 36-month project aiming to foster inclusivity among teachers and education. Learn all you need to know about the project below or on their website!
The TUTOR project is a 36-month project with the goal to develop a European and international outlook in teacher education on inclusivity.
The TUTOR project aims to create partnerships between teacher education and training providers to set up Teacher Academies, developing a European and international outlook on teacher education. These Academies embrace inclusivity in education, and contribute to achieving the objectives of the European Education Area.
In particular, the project addresses the need for tutors to develop their basic abilities to understand, analyse and develop strategic responses to the diversity in their classroom to promote a more inclusive learning environment.
Overall, the TUTOR project fosters a more inclusive environment, open to migrant, LGBTQI+, and socioeconomically disadvantaged students, with a particular focus on safeguarding the elements of tolerance, acceptance, and inclusion.
The TUTOR project focuses on three main target groups:
Over 36 months, the TUTOR project aims to:
The TUTOR project is led by a Consortium composed of iekAKMIedu | AKMI International | Symplexis | European Association of Institutes for Vocational Training (EVBB) | European Vocational Training Association – EVTA | Maynooth University | ÖJAB – Österreichische JungArbeiterBewegung / Austrian Young Workers Movement | die Berater Unternehmensberatungs GmbH | IGLYO | School of Pedagogical and Technological Education | SerGED Association. We’re happy to be part of this Consortium.
The TUTOR project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ project of the European Union Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or EACEA. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.
You can read more about the TUTOR project on the project’s website.